Hotel Palais de Chaillot
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Tower visit! We had a "skip the line pass" for the Eiffel tower, so we simply went up the elevator without any waiting. The tower really was an engineering marvel, the scene from the top was just something you cant describe in words. A complete panoramic view of the city, Paris is certainly called the "City of Lights" with good reason.
Nearly 11pm by the time we got down, took a cab to our hotel and crashed for the night. Had a wonderful evening in Paris!
... off domes, cathedrals & other building structures across the dense city landscape. Apparently Paris has a population of 17 million people. After lunch we went on a River Seine cruise which, though much different to the canals of Amsterdam, was still quite enjoyable, especially seeing the many different kinds of bridges and historical buildings along the way. It was a heatwave day and many Parisians were sun baking along the sides ...
... we were met by a shuttle bus to take us to our hotel. After being in sunny, quiet Palomares for a month it was a shock to the system to be in rush hour traffic in Paris, 1 hour and a half later we arrived at our hotel and were given a room on floor 6, the staff were fantastic with us and it was a well chosen place to stay for our 3 nights. We fancied eating in an Italian restaurant on our first night although it was late we were both very hungry, the gentleman on duty ...
... one degree all day) but that did not stop us from taking plenty of pics. We then hopped back on the Batobus for a 15 minute ride to the Musee D'Orsay. We spent 2 hours in there - nowhere near enough - looking at all the amazing artworks. Stephen was impressed with the Van Gogh and the Sade exhibition whilst I loved the sculptures. I think I am more a sculpture person than a painting person. We ...
... the arts district, the Place St. Michel. The Sainte-Chapelle is a triumph of Gothic church architecture! It was built between 1242 and 1248 by King Louis IX to house the supposed Crown of Thorns. He spent the equivalent of 500 million euro for the relic and another 370 million for a shrine to display it. There are 6,500 feet of stained glass in the structure depicting more than 1,100 Bible stories, displayed chronologically. We then ...